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Poster: freeborn Date: Jan 1, 2011 11:08pm
Forum: etree Subject: How to Fix Stream label

The show I just up loaded seems to read out the metadata right right but the stream put the songs in the wrong order if you look at the notes and the metadata they match up but the stream has walkers for the first song (Which does not exist space is the #1 track) And it made all tracks off by one and left out The name of the encore. But the track is there. Can this be fixed because I think it is screwing with people.
Thank You
Dave Bauer freeborn@twcny.rr.com

http://www.archive.org/details/7Walkers2010-12-30

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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or Staffgreenone Date: Jan 2, 2011 7:57am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: How to Fix Stream label

The metadata actually doesn't match, and that's why the flash player doesn't match either!

When you upload a show, the system tries to pick the song titles out of your .txt file by finding anything that has a number at the beginning of the line. It's not smart enough to realize that "7 Walkers" isn't a song listing (or that 7 isn't the first number!); it just knows that it's a line that starts with a number, so it picks it out and makes it the first song.

So what you need to do in this case is click "edit item", click "change the information", and copy/paste the song titles into the proper slots in the metadata editor (the blue screen). Hit submit and that will fix the on-page display. To fix the flash player, you need to rederive - click "edit item" and "change the information" again, but this time click the "item manager" link at the top of the blue screen, and hit the "derive" button on the screen after that.

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